Fathom Adds Two New 2016 Sail Dates to Cuba

Fathom, Carnival Corporations newest cruise brand and the only U.S. cruise line sailing to Cuba, has added two new Cuba sailing dates for 2016 thanks to a high demand of U.S. travelers wishing to explore the island.

The additional sailings will take place the weeks of Sunday, Oct. 9 and Sunday, Nov. 6. The week-long cruises will depart from the port of Miami on the Fathom Adonia for three Cuban destinations, including Havana, Cienfuegos and Santiago de Cuba.

In Havana, guests will explore historic castles, fortresses, cathedrals, mansions and more while experiencing the music and entertainment scene that creates the culture that Cuba is known for. Cienfuego offers visitors a downtown area that’s been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, a natural bay and a variety of food from the areas sugar, tobacco and coffee trades. Santiago de Cuba, Cuba’s second largest city is home to festivals like Carnaval and Fiesta del Fuego, in addition to numerous watchtowers and cannons that were used during the Spanish-American war.


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The Adonia, which only holds 700 travelers, offers guests a quaint yet modern experience to enjoy while exploring Cuba. Guests can also relax as Fathom takes care of providing traveler visas and medical insurance in Cuba for its guests.

Prices for seven-day itineraries to Cuba start at $1,599 per person, excluding Cuban visas, taxes, fees and port expenses, and include all meals on the ship and lunch while in the three ports, onboard experiences and on-the-ground activities.

To book, call 855-932-8466 or visit www.fathom.org

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